Proceedings PaperHolography and visual communication
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The peculiarities of the holographic image (ie. three-dimensionality, morpho- strucural independence between the image and the support on which it is encoded ) can hardly be translated into the figuration currently performed (both in static and dynamic forms) which follows the rules of bidimensionality and image/support coincidence. In particular for holographic cinema and TV (holokinesis), it is of great importance to respect the human sensorial system. Hence the real goal is to modify the current systems and genres of communication or to design new ones.